Our elected representatives must put an end to this absurdity.
A cross country skier, pictured in the Gatineau Park. Canada is a country of the rule of law. The little municipality of Chelsea has followed all the rules, submitted to the federal government’s due process and been proven correct. The NCC should be a good corporate citizen and pay its bills as we all do, writes Meriel Beament Bradford. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Chelsea residents are bearing the burden of unpaid property taxes of a Crown corporation that refuses to pay its share. Our elected representatives must put an end to this absurdity.
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